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Live near a ghost? Hear strange noises at night? Our brave editors explore the spookiest places in your neighborhood.
Updated: September 17, 2004
The brokenhearted ghost of young Anna Powers is said to occasionally tease the visitors in room 204 of this brick-and-clapboard inn.
Some say they have seen a deceased couple floating in the graveyard.
This popular tavern is said to be haunted by its builder, Gen. James Habersham, who appears in the restaurant.
You'll find supposed haunted houses and Gothic Revival architecture on almost every historic district square.
Legend has it that a lady in gray haunts room 203 of this bed-and-breakfast.
Samuel P. Hamilton is thought to roam the mansion's second floor, which belonged to "Mandy" in "Midnight."
This hotel once served as a Union Army hospital so it's no wonder guests often report sightings of Civil War soldiers.